The Publications Division of ASCE and the Board Publications Committee are pleased to announce that Michael H. Scott, Ph.D., Associate Editor for the Journal of Structural Engineering has the honor of receiving the 2011 Associate Editor Award. The Award recognizes exemplary service to their respective journals and represents the appreciation of their peers, as nominations are submitted by the Editors. The Board Publications Committee offers its sincere congratulations upon winning this award.
Michael H. Scott, Ph.D., is an associate professor in structural engineering at Oregon State University, where he started in 2004 upon completing his Ph.D. His research interests include nonlinear structural analysis, numerical methods, and computer-aided engineering. He is a core developer of the OpenSees finite element analysis framework, which is used worldwide by structural engineering researchers and practitioners. In 2009 he won an NSF CAREER award as well as the ASCE Croes Medal. That same year, he was recognized as an Outstanding Reviewer by ASCE's Journal of Structural Engineering. He has been an associate editor of JSE since 2010. He also serves on the Structural Engineering Institute's committees on Emerging Computing Technology and Methods of Analysis.